NVIDIA has announced Pascal, its next-gen GPU platform for gaming PCs, cloud computing, supercomputing, and machine learning. Featuring new technologies NVLink and 3D Memory, Pascal introduces new strategies to increase performance in NVIDIA's next-gen graphics chips.
NVIDIA has brought the power of CUDA to mobile, revealing the Jetson TK1 platform at GTC 2014 and billing it as the future of mobile processing like computer vision for self-driving cars, and bringing out Audi's self-driving car to demonstrate that.
This week it was announced that NVIDIA will be working closely with Unreal Engine 4 to make full use of the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z . This next-generation graphics processing card takes what was with the GeForce GTX Titan and the Titan Black , and ramps the whole works up once again. This GPU was introduced at NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference and Unreal Engine 4 will be manning the demoes , so to speak.
This week the folks at NVIDIA have unveiled a collection of features that’ll be running on NVIDIA SHIELD in the near future, one of them allowing you to be a living room-bound high-end gamer wirelessly. While we’ve seen Console Mode before, it was always up to the wireless gaming controller (think XYAB) to make use of it.
NVIDIA has detailed the Android KitKat update for SHIELD , as well as giving the portable console a temporary price cut as it pushes gaming notebook support and remote play. Android 4.4.2 will arrive on April 2nd, enabling features like remote gaming outside of the home network and GameStream support for notebooks with GeForce GPUs.
In a bit of a surprise twist to the end of his GPU Technology Conference 2014 (GTU 2014, that is) chat, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang let it be known that Portal would be coming to NVIDIA SHIELD . Not just streaming, and not just in a mirrored mode. Instead, he said, Valve has ported Portal to NVIDIA SHIELD specifically in its entirety.
It’s rare we get completely surprised, but the SHIELD from NVIDIA tends to do the trick. It was a complete shock when it launched as Project SHIELD, and NVIDIA has once again made us take notice of their Android powered handheld. This time, they’ve ported a console game over to the small screen in the form of Portal.
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